Tyrese Maxey Explains Key Factor
Previous Kentucky champion Tyrese Maxey wasn't known for his long-range shooting coming into the NBA.
As the 19-year-old prospect shot just 29-percent from three during his lone season with the Wildcats, Maxey wasn’t expected to go into the NBA and make an impact from beyond the arc.
During his first season with the Philadelphia 76ers, Maxey was in and out of the pivot and fundamentally a seat choice. In 61 games
Maxey shot comparable to his school days as he thumped down only 30% of his threes on 1.7 endeavors for each game.
Maxey has started in all but one of the 54 games he appeared in during the 2021-2022 NBA season.
Going into the All-Star break, Maxey boosted his three-point percentage to 39 on 3.6 attempts per game.
In the initial three games back from the break, Maxey hit on 64-percent of his threes through 14 endeavors.
he nailed five out of six three-pointers in the 125-119 win over Cleveland.